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The brass check : a study of American journalism

Author: Upton Sinclair
Publisher: Pasadena, Calif. : Published by the author, [1919]
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Sinclair, Upton, 1878-1968.
Brass check.
Pasadena, Calif. : Published by the author, [1919]
(OCoLC)591805815
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Upton Sinclair
OCLC Number: 332778
Notes: Imprint date from "A letter for the time," p. [3].
Description: 445 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Evidence. Story of the brass check --
Story of a poet --
Open Sesame! --
Real fight --
Condemned meat industry --
Adventure with Roosevelt --
Jackals and a carcase --
Last act --
Aiming at the public's heart --
Voice from Russia --
Venture in cooperation --
Village horse doctor --
In high society --
Great panic --
Shredded Wheat biscuit --
Interview on marriage --
Gaming on the Sabbath --
Essential monogamist --
In the lion's den --
Story of a lynching --
Journalism and burglary --
Millionaire and an author --
Heart wife --
Mourning pickets --
Case of the A.P. --
Governor and his lie --
Associated Press at the bar --
Associated Press and its newspapers --
Scandal bureau --
Concrete wall --
Making bomb makers --
Roof garden of the world --
Fountain of poison --
Daily cat and dog fight --
Explanation. Causes of things --
Empire of business --
Dregs of the cup --
Owning the press --
War makers --
Owning the owners --
Owner in politics --
Owning the Associated Press --
Owner and his advertisers --
Advertising boycott --
Advertising ecstasy --
Bribe direct --
Bribe wholesale --
Poison ivy --
Elbert Hubbard worm --
Press and public welfare --
Press and the radicals --
Press and the socialists --
Press and sex --
Press and crime --
Press and Jack London --
Press and labor --
Associated Press and labor --
Poisoned at the source --
Press and the war --
Case of Russia --
Bolshevism in America --
Remedy. Cutting the tiger's claws --
Mental munition factory --
Problem of the reporter --
Press set free --
Frame up that fell down
Responsibility: by Upton Sinclair.

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